Friday November 27, 2020

Good Life: Leftovers under cover

Leftovers: they are neither glamorous nor exciting, but we all have to deal with them at some point. Susan Morrell looks at ways to keep them covered.

18th May, 2013
'Cotton food covers are as kooky as they are simple and cheap to make.'

Leftovers: they are neither glamorous nor exciting, but we all have to deal with them at some point. And there are ways to be greener - and maybe even a bit creative - when it comes to storing leftover food. And what's more economical or satisfying than having a big weekend in the kitchen which results in a raft of homemade meals to get you through the week ahead?

In our house, it's often vegetable...

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